Come and join us in 2019

What is the learning objective?

Provide primary care professionals with the knowledge and understanding that will enable them to deliver best practice every day to patients with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, renal disease and related disorders.
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How is the learning structured?

The accredited programme is structured around:
  • Plenary sessions providing up-to-date, need-to-know knowledge
  • Interactive case-study lead learning allowing participants to apply this knowledge in practice scenarios
  • Workshops offering practical guidance on frequently occurring management opportunities and issues
  • Exchanges where colleagues discuss their examples of best practice
How valuable is this programme?

93% would attend again

How is the programme developed?

The programme is developed specifically for primary care by an independent panel of primary care experts.

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Chris-Arden Bev Bostock-Cox
Dr Chris Arden
Editor-in-Chief Primary Care Cardiovascular Journal
  Bev Bostock
Editor-in-Chief British Journal of Primary Care Nursing
What topics are included?

The programme focuses on the complex of interrelated diseases which are among the most frequent and costly primary care visits caused by or associated with, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, renal disease and related disorders.

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Throughout the emphasis is on practical management of patients in the real world, the prevention, progression or onset of disease whilst striving to achieve the best patient care.

2019 hot topics are:

Atrial fibrillation and stroke Diabetes Lifestyle & weight management
Cardiac Rehabilitation Heart Disease Lipid management
Chest Pain Hormones and the Heart Mental Health
Dementia Hypertension Plus much more...
Our Educational Partners:

EtAl Training
Diabetes UK
Heart UK

CPD What accreditation is available?

Participants receive an accreditation certificate for 9 hours CPD at the close of the conference.

Our educational aim

Provide delegates with evidence-based knowledge, guidance and advice which will help them to deliver the best patient care. This learning is provided in a structured but informal setting to maximise interaction and the exchange of ideas and experience.
How is the programme funded?

The programme is independent and conforms to all appropriate regulations.

The faculty generously provide their services free-of-charge.

Unrestricted educational grants are provided by the sponsors which allow registration fees to be kept to a minimum. Sponsors wishing to offer satellite symposia must receive approval for their programmes from the Conference Committee.
How many participants can register?

The number of participants is controlled to maximize learning opportunities and interaction amongst the delegates.

A maximum of 200 delegates are registered. Thereafter, there is a waiting-list of applicants.
How to learn more

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Please contact

Jane Boyle
Telephone: 01789 766098